Community Vaccination Center
The site permanently closed on June 13, 2021.
Visit a Tulsa Health Department Vaccination Clinic
Anyone age 12 and up is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at no cost. A parent or legal guardian must be present with individuals under the age of 18. Visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health's COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduler Portal to enter your personal information to schedule an appointment or call 211 for assistance.
There are other ways to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. Healthcare systems and pandemic providers are utilizing their own system to schedule appointments. View opportunities: bit.ly/VaxTulsaCo
In alignment with President Biden’s national plan to respond to COVID-19, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is working across federal agencies and with state, tribal, and territorial authorities and private sector partners to assist, augment, and expedite equitable vaccination in the United States.
FEMA will lend support to the vaccination site, in partnership with the Tulsa Health Department, Tulsa Area Emergency Management Agency, Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, the Oklahoma National Guard and state and local partners.
The location was selected based on data analysis including the CDC’s Social Vulnerability Index and other Census data, as well as input from state and local partners. The index takes into consideration critical data points, including socioeconomic status, household composition, minority status, languages, housing type and transportation.
The center will provide the opportunity to administer up to 21,000 vaccinations per week for eight weeks. The 21,000 doses are designated specifically for the center and will be provided to the state in addition to the regular anticipated weekly allocation. Read Full Story
The Community Vaccination Center was open from April 21 through June 13, 2021, in Tulsa.